List of Syracuse University people

This is a list of people associated with Syracuse University, including founders, financial benefactors, notable alumni, notable educators, and speakers. Syracuse University has over 250,000 alumni representing all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and more than 170 countries and territories.[1][2]

FoundersEdit

BenefactorsEdit

Syracuse has had many financial supporters, but some stand out by the magnitude of their contributions. Among those who have made transformative donations commemorated at the university are:

Notable alumniEdit

Arts and lettersEdit

EducationEdit

Investors, industrialists, and executivesEdit

Hospitality, real estate, construction, and architectureEdit

Law and public serviceEdit

Media and communicationsEdit

Science, engineering, innovation, medicine, and explorationEdit

SportsEdit

Entertainment and performing artsEdit

Fictional charactersEdit

OtherEdit

Notable educatorsEdit

Notable commencement speakers & honored guestsEdit

See alsoEdit

Chancellor of Syracuse University

ReferencesEdit

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